This section contains information on cruiser racing.
Cruiser Programme for 2019
uploaded to web site 23rd July
Another very successful Cardigan Bay Regatta was held last week. NQYC offers their thanks to the CBR Committee and all the volunteers helping with race management and the inshore sports. A gallery of sailing photos are here
Congratulations to all competitors but Mark Willis and Ian Willis, (who are unrelated), collected many of the top prizes in the Cruiser and Dinghy fleet respectively.
Congratulations to Mark Willis and Rodmar team for representing NQYC and winning NHC in Pwllhei Spinlock IRC Welsh Championships earlier this month.
Here is the Regatta report in Yachts & Yachting.
Cardigan Bay Regatta
Sunday 23rd Aug, Monday 24th Aug (Main Day) and Tuesday 25th Aug 2020
All races are sailed under IRC and open to all keel boat classes. Multi-hulls are not eligible. Briefing will be 45 mins prior and race start sequence will be in rule 26: 5', 4', 1' start.
Cruiser captain : Chris Seal - email firstname.lastname@example.org m:07765900259
Start times and venues will be confirmed by ChrisSeal during the week prior to the race.
Race Start Sequences will be 5', 4' 1' Start - rule 26
Please email Chris Seal
if you plan to join in or are interested in crewing for 1 or more races.
The Club and Cruiser Owners are always keen to support and train crew who are keen to get on the water but are "fearful" for lack of experience.
We have all been "beginners" - So what ever your experience if you want to get on the water contact us or come to the Club and introduce yourself.
Life Jackets and waterproofs can usually be found so starting up does not need to be cold or expensive.